Blog

BLOG - Studies on the right to education for children with disabilities

Principal advisor, Jacqui Mattingly, discusses her time in Rwanda, Madagascar and Comoros  

BLOG - Providing education for displaced children in North-East Nigeria

Chris Joynes, a Senior international advisor for Education Development Trust, visited Nigeria to review UNICEF's work in the North-Eastern states, providing education to children affected by the Boko Haram insurgency.  

BLOG - My long journey to research

Cyril Brandt is studying towards a PhD in International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Here he describes his time doing fieldwork in the Democratic Republic of Congo  

BLOG - Placing good teachers

Lucy Crehan, associate for Education Development Trust, comments on how other countries have succeeded in placing good teachers in rural schools  

BLOG - Language Trends 2016

'But Miss, what's the point of learning French?' Sophie Gaston, Adviser at Education Development Trust, comments on the recent Language Trends report (published 18 April 2016).  

BLOG - Looking forward to our Inspiring Leadership conference

Steve Munby, CEO for Education Development Trust, comments on the upcoming Inspiring Leadership conference.  

BLOG - Why did we embark on Global Dialogue?

Maggie Farrar, lead associate for the Schools Partnership Programme, comments on her thoughts in the run up to the first Global Dialogue event.  

BLOG - Why welcoming Syrian children is all in a day’s work at Gladstone Park

Many schools are willing to open their doors to young refugees, but how does this work in practice? One CfBT Schools Trust primary school has found some answers.  

BLOG - Falsehoods and realities and why we have changed our name

Our CEO Steve Munby discusses falsehoods and realities and why we have changed our name.  

BLOG - Namaste

Photographer and videographer Helen has been shooting professionally for more than 15 years and has been published both nationally and internationally. For us, she visited two of our programmes in India: one in urban Hyderabad and one in rural ...